Apuleius on the Doctrines of Plato is also known as On Plato and his Doctrine (Latin: De Dogmate Platonis). Apuleius lived in the 2nd Century AD and shared an inheritance of nearly 2,000,000 sesterces with his brother. He was once accused of using magic to seduce a wealthy widow. His most well known novel is the Metamorphoses which is also known as The Golden Ass.
De Dogmate Platonis is divided into three parts:
Book I: On Natural Philosophy
Book II: On Moral Philosophy
Book III: On the Philosophy of Reasoning
Uncompressed 24-bit 192 kHz WAV64 version of the LibriVox recording of Apuleius on the Doctrines of Plato by Apuleius. Translated by George Burges. Read in English by Geoffrey Edwards. Proof Listened by David Craig. Cover Image: Cupid and Psyche by François Pascal Simon. Cover design by Geoffrey Edwards is in the public domain.
The online text can be found here: https://archive.org/details/WorksOfPlatoV6